8 Answered Questions for the topic batch
How can I apply the same action to multiple images in Lightroom?
In Adobe Lightroom's Develop mode, is it possible to apply an action to multiple images? When I select multiple images (control/shift click), it highlights those images. I then perform an action... more
How do I convert multiple JPG images to PNG at once in Photoshop?
I have a folder that has lot of **JPG** files. Now I want to convert all of them into **PNG** files. I searched on YouTube but didn't understand the methods. Further they weren't efficient as they... more
How to batch generate preview for multiple versions of filters/layers applied for the same image in Photoshop?
Recently I'm experimenting a lot with postproduction, to look for some new style. I find it very tedious to check out various combinations of adjustment layers (also with various opacity), blending... more
Batch resize images to a particular ratio without cropping?
I'm looking for a way to batch resize photos to a particular ratio without cropping. For example, if I have pictures with 2x3 ratio which is default for my camera and I want to print it with 5x7... more
How to mass convert RAW images into JPEG in Lightroom 3?
I have 1000 raw photos that I would like to convert all to jpg. Is there a way I can do this all at once or can I only do it one by one?
What is the simplest way to batch crop differently sized photos?
I'm new here. I would really appreciate your help. Let's say I have a few hundred photos of a model on infinite background, shot from four different angles: front, back, side and full length. Is... more
Is there an easy way to convert all my photos from .NEF to .JPG for upload to Facebook?
I'm using the Adobe CS5 suite and trying to upload all of my pictures to Facebook... and .NEF files are too large to upload, any suggestions?
How can I apply auto-levels to a series of photographs, with each photo considered separately?
I'm working on a set of photos that I want to enhance automatically. I used an action that I created by my self using the levels option of PS. Yet every single photo has its own histogram so when I... more